Family, Friends Bid Final Farewell to DJ AM

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A day after Adam Goldstein, a.k.a. DJ AM, was laid to rest, the celebrity spinster was remembered last night by former fiancée Nicole Richie and friends such as Lindsay Lohan, Samantha Ronson, Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart, and more.

They were among hundreds of invited guests and a handful of fans who attended the memorial at the Hollywood Palladium, not far from the nightclubs where DJ AM made his name and gained his fame at the turntables.

Also in attendance was his last girlfriend.

"He was my soulmate and now he is my soul," model Haley Wood, who dated Goldstein up until his death, told the crowd during the 2 1/2-hour memorial service.

"He is my amazing grace."

Adam Goldstein (DJ AM) was found dead August 28 at age 36.

The cause of death hasn’t been determined, but law enforcement sources say that the star, who had battled addiction, had OxyContin pills in his body and left evidence he was smoking crack in a one-time relapse that proved fatal.

Authorities are unclear on whether his death was a suicide or an accidental overdose, but it looks highly possible that AM wanted to take his life.

It was a sad day in Hollywood, with Michael Jackson's funeral also taking place. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of MJ - and DJ AM.

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